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How Legacies Live On

How Legacies Live On

🕔23:10, 24.May 2015

There is an interesting story of how legacies that bureaucracies leave behind often live on forever. Quite obviously, immortality can be a boon as well as a curse in practically every situation, not the least government policies. This is all

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Education as Elixir

Education as Elixir

🕔23:19, 22.May 2015

In a speech by Mark Twain on September 23, 1900, opposing a move in certain quarters of the American government to close down some public schools which the government thought were getting too expensive to maintain, is fascinating for both

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To Preserve or Exploit Dzuko

To Preserve or Exploit Dzuko

🕔20:27, 21.May 2015

True natural heritages should belong to the entire world. The beautiful valley high up on the mountain Dzuko should be one such too. It cannot be good for the valley itself or for anybody if anyone were to own it.

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Equality through education

Equality through education

🕔00:41, 21.May 2015

The recent statements of intent by Education minister, M Okendro, on the matter of revamping and rejuvenating government schools is encouraging. One of the statements said the government would be singling out eight of the best and reputed government higher

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Trigger Happy

Trigger Happy

🕔22:08, 19.May 2015

In the wake of the rising incidents of White policemen killing Black American youth on the streets in the name of anticipatory crime fighting, an interview of a White father worrying about his Black toddler son from his Black wife

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Ordinary meets Extraordinary

Ordinary meets Extraordinary

🕔20:46, 18.May 2015

Extraordinary times these are that Manipur is living in. But its tragedy is, these extraordinary times are being met by a general ordinariness of mindset all around. A mindset characterized by inward looking selfishness and obsessive narcissism. Almost by compulsion

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Destroyed Spontaneity

Destroyed Spontaneity

🕔21:59, 17.May 2015

In the aftermath of the sorry episode in which escorts of the Manipur Legislative Speaker, Th. Lokeshwor, beat up a sub-inspector of the police for not giving way to the VIPs convoy promptly enough, there is one more thing of

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To SoO or not to SoO

To SoO or not to SoO

🕔21:08, 15.May 2015

We have been deliberately trying to play down the unfortunate developments in which two labourers were inhumanly beaten to death in captivity and another 12 year old student tortured in beastly manner by cadres of the KRF militants, now on

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Grading VIP Privileges

Grading VIP Privileges

🕔21:37, 14.May 2015

The distasteful episode in which police constables attached as VIP escorts to the Assembly Speaker and Khundrakpam MLA, Th Lokeshwor, brutally assaulted a superior officer of their own police establishment because the latter would not promptly give way to the

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Career and Beyond

Career and Beyond

🕔22:17, 13.May 2015

Every profession has its moral codes, some written but most of the time unwritten. Journalism is no exception and indeed this is a question that has continued to haunt the profession since its inception. This is particularly so because journalism`™s

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